What is gum disease? Gum disease is a pretty common occurrence, also known as periodontitis. It mostly affects the gum and the bone surrounding the teeth. Periodontitis infects the gum tissue and bone causing inflammation (Nordqvist & Frank, 2018). And according to a 2012 study, 47% of adults over 30 have gum disease, and that […]
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But did you know that February is also Children’s Dental Health Month? Well, it is!
We could talk about all of the ways to prevent dental decay, how to properly brush your kids’ teeth, good dental habits, etc. But we’ve done that in past blog posts. This time around, we wanted to know what some of our patients had to say about those things, so we decided that we would reach out to our youngest patients and their parents to see what they have to say about what they like about visiting the dentist and the importance of dental health.
The Holiday season is upon us, along with its many traditions. Exchanging presents. Family gatherings. The annual office Christmas party. Singing Christmas carols. Gathering around the holiday feast. It’s that last tradition that I’d like to concentrate on. You can protect your dental health over the holidays while enjoying the rich foods, sweet treats, and indulgent drinks that accompany the festive meal.
No brainer. It’s so fun for kids. They don their costumes, knock on neighbors’ doors, yell “trick-or-treat,” and receive free candy. It’s fun for the children getting the candy, and it’s fun for the adults giving it out.
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